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    News Archive for May 2020

    Choosing the best flooring for underfloor heating

    Unlike conventional systems based on convection heating, underfloor heating uses heat radiation to create a warm and cosy space.


    Charter Hall receives DA for their iconic Melbourne site

    Charter Hall Group has announced that the Victorian government has approved a site specific Planning Scheme Amendment at 140 Lonsdale Street and Development Approval has been granted for a major upgrade and repositioning of 150 Lonsdale Street.


    Hassell releases new design of University of the Sunshine Coast campus

    Hassell has worked with the University of the Sunshine Coast to master plan the new Moreton Bay campus as well as design the architecture, interiors and landscape for its foundation building.


    Is another huge and costly road project really Sydney's best option right now?

    The New South Wales government has focused on delivering more motorways and rail links for Sydney, along with main roads in regional NSW, since the Coalition won office in 2011.


    Sustainability journey – What’s changed?

    For many corporations, sustainability is simply the latest consumer trend; but, for a select few, it’s a core value that influences every single aspect of their business. When John Creighton designed what is now called the Stormtech 65ARG40 Slimline linear drain, in 1995, he created a product that was of the highest quality, durable and, as a result, sustainable.


    How COVID-19 is reshaping the future of aged care

    With the elderly community most at risk, retirement living and aged car are at the coalface of change to manage COVID-19 and any future infectious diseases.


    Tone on Tuesday: On the ‘Piece Corps’

    This column presents a design idea that will eliminate unemployment, provide a universal wage, improve cities, repair country and create a more equitable society. “Make no small plans” as Chicago architect Daniel Burnham once said.


    Life under Lockdown: Steve Coster, MD of Hassell

    “Our people across all Hassell studios have been amazing. I have always admired their strategic and creative thinking, but I also have so much admiration for their adaptability, resilience and their passion for what they do. It really shines through at times like these,” says Coster.


    Engineered timber floors to suit evolving interior styles

    Plank Floors offers a range of engineered timber floors to suit modern and classic designs.


    Impressive kitchen designs supported by quality hardware

    Looking for inspiration through minimalist design? Blum aspires to develop innovative ideas to enable designers to implement theirs. With kitchen design cycles continuing to evolve and change, design opportunities have broadened and designers are more inspired than ever before.


    Designed by architects WilkinsonEyre, Crown Sydney on track for December 2020 opening

    Crown Resorts has marked milestone for its Crown Sydney development, with the topping out of the building marking the completion of vertical construction for the 275m high hotel resort and residences.


    Peak building body wants $13 Billion for new projects

    A $13.2 billion building and construction stimulus action could stimulate over $30 billion in new economic activity and create more than 100,000 new jobs, according to new economic modelling from Master Builders Australia.


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